Thanks for chiming in. I know the price is high, but given the condition of the interior, I would be willing to pay slightly more GIVEN the service records are complete. No service records, then different story.What's up here? That's a sedan. Why does the link say coupe? That's a lot of money for a car with almost 150k miles on it. It better have some great service records, and be in great shape inside and out.
I don't know....as much as I'd LOVE a 6-6 sedan, that one has been in multiple accidents. 3 owners, 2 accidents, and the mileage seems kind of high for the price.
BUT, it is very clean, and you might as well take a test drive. Good luck!
The thanks I gave you was more of a "Pat Betty on the back and tell her it will be ok. She's a strong independent white woman who don't need no MT" kind of thanks.I hate the relative ease you guys seem to find 6-6 sedans south of the border ... pardon us while Betty cries herself to sleep tonight ...
I'd choose that one, if it was between these two. Clean history, low miles. How far is the travel? You might be able to use whatever Honda finds in the pre-purchase inspection as a way to talk the price down.Just heard back on this one, which has less than 65,000 on the clock, but the asking price is a bit high. It's also in CA so I have to figure in additional fees for transport.
And yes, whatever 6MT I choose, I will pay to have a local Honda dealer go over it. An ounce of prevention...
2006 Grey Sedan 6MT 62,000 miles